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HORTI-GREEN

The HORTI-GREEN project, entitled Inclusive Green Horticultural Processing Sector in Kenya (ENV/2017/391-383), is an action implemented by Fundación SUSTALDE (SUSTALDE, Spain, Coordinator), University of Nairobi (UoN, Kenya, partner), Consumer Information Network (CIN, Kenya, partner) and Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS, Kenya, partner).

The action was awarded a grant under the Switch Africa Green Programme, which is co-financed by the European Union.

The HORTI-GREEN project, which has an overall duration of 42 months, aims to foster the adoption of SCP practices in the Kenyan horticultural processing industry in order to support the transformation towards an inclusive green economy which generates growth, creates jobs and reduces poverty. To achieve this overall objective, the action is specifically aimed at equipping Kenyan Horticultural Processing MSMEs, eco-entrepreneurs and business service providers with the necessary knowledge and tools to promote and adopt SCP practices and seize green economy opportunities.

NEWS/EVENTS
17/12/2021
» Congratulations

The HORTIGREEN consortium would like to congratulate Gekonge Duke Omayio for his degree : Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Food Science and Technology through the mentorship of Dr. George Ooko Abong.

Gekonge Duke Omayio has actively participated in the HORTIGREEN project paving the way to sustainability for Kenyan food processing MSMEs.

Best wishes in your future (sustainable) endeavours Dr. Gekonge!

16/12/2021
» Eighth newsletter of the Action

The HORTI-GREEN Consortium is pleased to publish the 8th newsletter for the second semester of 2021.

You will learn about the last green activities carried out by the consortium such as the follow up on Environmental Management System and SCP practices adoption in the Kenyan food value chain, the trainings on EMS and internal audits, the installation of equipment and much more.

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  • Here you can find the most recent activities of HORTI-GREEN Project